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A Message from the Superintendent - July 1, 2015

Read this week's message to staff from Acting Superintendent Mr. Michael Bobby. CCSD wishes everyone a restful Independence Day Weekend!

Independence Day
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3rd Annual Palmetto Cyber Security Camp at LTA

More than 80 young cyber warriors spent the week at Lowcountry Tech Academy for CCSD's 3rd Annual Palmetto Cyber Security Camp. Special thanks to Bill Littleton for serving as camp director, and to the lead sponsors of the camp, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Charleston (SPAWAR) and Trident Technical College!

Lowcountry Tech Cyber Camp 2015
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CCSD's Personalized Learning

The Personalized Learning model at CCSD is being heralded at the national level, and promises to revolutionize the classroom by enabling each student to achieve at his or her absolute highest potential. Pictured: A recent Personalized Learning workshop and demonstration for our Spanish-speaking parents at Pinehurst Elementary!

Personalized Learning at Pinehurst
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Buist/ AMHS Student Wins Bronze at National History Day

Adriana Ballinger, a Buist Academy alumna and rising Academic Magnet 9th grader, won a bronze medal at the Kenneth E. Behring National History Day (NHD) contest. Her passion for history and environmental issues inspired her outstanding individual website project on John Muir!

Buist / Academic Magnet student Adriana Ballinger winning award
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Learn More About CCSD's BRIDGE Pilot Work

Please visit the BRIDGE Portal to get the latest information on CCSD's framework for connecting the development, support, and recognition of effective principals, teachers, and staff in order to increase student achievement. Questions? Email

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Hard Work Pays Off for Garrett Senior

Garrett senior Michael Reynolds will have an Associate’s Degree when he graduates high school. The 17-year-old takes classes at Trident Technical College and works at Bosch through the TTC Youth Apprenticeship Program. He made such an impression on his instructors that he was hand-picked to introduce presidential candidate Hillary Clinton when she was in Charleston recently!

Garrett student Michael Reynolds
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CCSD Free Summer Meals Open Sites

Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does a child's need for good nutrition. Summer meals are being served at 79 "open sites" throughout Charleston County through CCSD's Office of Nurtition Services! Any child age 18 or younger may come to eat. (learn more)

Summer Meals Program
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CCSD's Summer Hours

Please note, from June 15 through August 7, 2015, CCSD offices will be open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

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